Right now my Fridays Saturdays and Sundays are my shoulder; back and biceps; and chest and triceps days respectively. I know you hit your shoulder training your chest. Is roughly 36 hours enough between shoulders and chest? I am lifting heavy 4 sets of 7,7,5,5 reps about 6 excersices per workout.
My whole workout is this:
Sunday chest/ triceps
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02-25-2012, 04:24 PM #1
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02-26-2012, 12:00 AM #5
just a suggestion.. if i were making this for myself and if i wanted to hit arms twice a week on a 2 on 1 off then 3 on 1 off split like you have it, mondays and thursday being your rest days, try to split legs into 2 days. but your split is fine the way it is you can keep doing that one but i've tried this before and it worked great for me
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